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The Trump Archive collects TV news shows containing debates, speeches, rallies, and other broadcasts related to President-elect Donald Trump. This evolving non-commercial, searchable collection is designed to preserve the historical record for posterity. The project is a work in progress, with improvements planned for expanding the collection and making searching more efficient. At launch– blog post here –in January 2017, it is largely hand-curated, with Internet Archive researchers...
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Fact Checked
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A collection of TV News clips that have been fact checked by FactCheck.org, PolitiFact, The Washington Post's Fact Checker, or other fact checking organizations. See a downloadable table with fact checks organized by topic, date, and fact check sources   here . p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica; color: #454545}  
Understanding 9/11: A Television News Archive
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The 9/11 Television News Archive is a library of news coverage of the events of 9/11/2001 and their aftermath as presented by U.S. and international broadcasters. A resource for scholars, journalists, and the public, it presents one week of news broadcasts for study, research and analysis. Television is our pre-eminent medium of information, entertainment and persuasion, but until now it has not been a medium of record. This Archive attempts to address this gap by making TV news coverage of...
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TV NSA Clip Library
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Experimental library of TV news clips pertaining to recent revelations about the NSA and its oversight
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Philly Political Media Watch Project
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This is part of the larger TV News Archive . The project explored the public interest values of a digital library of 2014 political TV advertising, centered in the Philadelphia metro region. Media & Money The Internet Archive is presenting searchable online libraries of the Philadelphia-region’s political advertising, television news, and a wide range of related web and social media content leading up to the 2014 election. We partnered with the Sunlight Foundation , Philadelphia’s...
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Happy News Year!
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An exhibit of news broadcasts from around January 1st, 2012 from more than 60 stations in 30 countries. We hope the Happy News Year exhibit will highlight the amazing breadth of culture and opinion available through daily television news.
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TV from Around the World
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A slice of TV recordings from Around the World
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Topics: Russia, Sanctions
Greta Van Susteren discusses politics and currents events.
Topics: Russia, SanctionsGreta Van Susteren discusses politics and currents events.
Topic: Russia, Sanctions
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The 45th Presidential Inauguration live from Washington, D.C., with Wolf Blitzer, Jake Tapper, Dana Bash, John King, Erin Burnett and Anderson Cooper.
Topic: JobsThe 45th Presidential Inauguration live from Washington, D.C., with Wolf Blitzer, Jake Tapper, Dana Bash, John King, Erin Burnett and Anderson Cooper.
Topic: Jobs
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Topics: Trade, Taxes
News, analysis and interviews with politicians and observers.
Topics: Trade, TaxesNews, analysis and interviews with politicians and observers.
Topic: Trade, Taxes
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Topics: Transparency, Media
Top news stories of the day are discussed.
Topics: Transparency, MediaTop news stories of the day are discussed.
Topic: Transparency, Media
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Topics: Taxes, Corporations, Foreign Policy
President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence deliver remarks at a "thank you" rally in West Allis, Wisconsin
Topics: Taxes, Corporations, Foreign PolicyPresident-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence deliver remarks at a "thank you" rally in West Allis, Wisconsin
Topic: Taxes, Corporations, Foreign Policy
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Topics: Trade, China
President-elect Donald Trump discusses his plans for his first 100 days in office, his Cabinet selections and his relationship with the media. Panelists include Charles Lane (Washington Post), Julie Pace (Associated Press), Jason Riley (Wall Street Journal) and columnist George Will.
Topics: Trade, ChinaPresident-elect Donald Trump discusses his plans for his first 100 days in office, his Cabinet selections and his relationship with the media. Panelists include Charles Lane (Washington Post), Julie Pace (Associated Press), Jason Riley (Wall Street Journal) and columnist George Will.
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Topic: Elections
President-elect Donald Trump discusses his plans for his first 100 days in office, his Cabinet selections and his relationship with the media. Panelists include Charles Lane (Washington Post), Julie Pace (Associated Press), Jason Riley (Wall Street Journal) and columnist George Will.
Topic: ElectionsPresident-elect Donald Trump discusses his plans for his first 100 days in office, his Cabinet selections and his relationship with the media. Panelists include Charles Lane (Washington Post), Julie Pace (Associated Press), Jason Riley (Wall Street Journal) and columnist George Will.
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Fox News West
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Topic: Unemployment Rate
Conservative commentator Bill O'Reilly mixes news, interviews and his take on current events, politics and popular culture.
Topic: Unemployment RateConservative commentator Bill O'Reilly mixes news, interviews and his take on current events, politics and popular culture.
Topic: Unemployment Rate
FOX Business
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Topics: Jobs, Trade, Economy
The close of the trading day is covered.
Topics: Jobs, Trade, EconomyThe close of the trading day is covered.
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Topics: Immigration, Crime
Lesley Stahl interviews President-elect Donald Trump and members of his family, including First Lady-elect Melania, Ivanka, Tiffany, Eric and Donald Jr.
Topics: Immigration, CrimeLesley Stahl interviews President-elect Donald Trump and members of his family, including First Lady-elect Melania, Ivanka, Tiffany, Eric and Donald Jr.
Topic: Immigration, Crime
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Topics: Elections, Pop Culture
Brooke Baldwin counts down to the 2016 presidential election in Washington, D.C.
Topics: Elections, Pop CultureBrooke Baldwin counts down to the 2016 presidential election in Washington, D.C.
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Topics: Elections, First Amendment
Key Capitol Hill hearings and speeches from policy makers and political coverage from around the country.
Topics: Elections, First AmendmentKey Capitol Hill hearings and speeches from policy makers and political coverage from around the country.
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Topics: Elections, First Amendment
Key Capitol Hill hearings and speeches from policy makers and political coverage from around the country.
Topics: Elections, First AmendmentKey Capitol Hill hearings and speeches from policy makers and political coverage from around the country.
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Topics: Economy, Jobs, Workers
The day's headlines; news analysis.
Topics: Economy, Jobs, WorkersThe day's headlines; news analysis.
Topic: Economy, Jobs, Workers
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Topics: Clinton Foundation, Ethics
Top news stories of the day are discussed.
Topics: Clinton Foundation, EthicsTop news stories of the day are discussed.
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Fox News West
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Topic: Women
A news show featuring the top headlines of the day from pop culture to politics, which are discussed by a rotating panel of four women and one man.
Topic: WomenA news show featuring the top headlines of the day from pop culture to politics, which are discussed by a rotating panel of four women and one man.
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Topics: Florida, Health Care, Regulation
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks to supporters at a campaign rally at the Central Florida Fairgrounds in Orlando
Topics: Florida, Health Care, RegulationRepublican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks to supporters at a campaign rally at the Central Florida Fairgrounds in Orlando
Topic: Florida, Health Care, Regulation
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Topic: Media
Key Capitol Hill hearings and speeches from policy makers and political coverage from around the country.
Topic: MediaKey Capitol Hill hearings and speeches from policy makers and political coverage from around the country.
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Topic: Clinton Emails
A news show featuring the top headlines of the day from pop culture to politics, which are discussed by a rotating panel of four women and one man.
Topic: Clinton EmailsA news show featuring the top headlines of the day from pop culture to politics, which are discussed by a rotating panel of four women and one man.
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Key Capitol Hill hearings and speeches from policy makers and political coverage from around the country.
Topic: Clinton EmailsKey Capitol Hill hearings and speeches from policy makers and political coverage from around the country.
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Topics: City Government, Elections, States
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, and his running mate, Governor Mike Pence (R-IN), deliver remarks to supporters at a campaign rally in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, one week before the 2016 election
Topics: City Government, Elections, StatesRepublican presidential nominee Donald Trump, and his running mate, Governor Mike Pence (R-IN), deliver remarks to supporters at a campaign rally in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, one week before the 2016 election
Topic: City Government, Elections, States
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Topics: Economy, Government regulation, Health Care, History, Regulation
Top political stories are featured.
Topics: Economy, Government regulation, Health Care, History, RegulationTop political stories are featured.
Topic: Economy, Government regulation, Health Care, History, Regulation
Fox News West
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Topics: Jobs, Workers, Economy
A news show featuring the top headlines of the day from pop culture to politics, which are discussed by a rotating panel of four women and one man.
Topics: Jobs, Workers, EconomyA news show featuring the top headlines of the day from pop culture to politics, which are discussed by a rotating panel of four women and one man.
Topic: Jobs, Workers, Economy
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Topics: Economy, Government regulation, Health Care, History, Regulation
Top political stories are featured.
Topics: Economy, Government regulation, Health Care, History, RegulationTop political stories are featured.
Topic: Economy, Government regulation, Health Care, History, Regulation
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Topics: Ethics, Transparency
Key Capitol Hill hearings and speeches from policy makers and political coverage from around the country.
Topics: Ethics, TransparencyKey Capitol Hill hearings and speeches from policy makers and political coverage from around the country.
Topic: Ethics, Transparency
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Terry Madonna, director of Franklin and Marshall College's Center for Politics and Public Affairs, discusses the battleground state of Pennsylvania, including who the voters are, recent polling, and developments in down-ballot races
Topic: Health CareTerry Madonna, director of Franklin and Marshall College's Center for Politics and Public Affairs, discusses the battleground state of Pennsylvania, including who the voters are, recent polling, and developments in down-ballot races
Topic: Health Care
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Alliance Defending Freedom hosts a discussion with florist Barronelle Stutzman, and Blaine Anderson, Joanna Duka, and Breanna Koski, who own print shops, on their objection to providing services for same-sex couples
Topic: Clinton EmailsAlliance Defending Freedom hosts a discussion with florist Barronelle Stutzman, and Blaine Anderson, Joanna Duka, and Breanna Koski, who own print shops, on their objection to providing services for same-sex couples
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Fox News West
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Topic: Immigration
An evening newscast reviewing and analyzing top stories of the day.
Topic: ImmigrationAn evening newscast reviewing and analyzing top stories of the day.
Topic: Immigration
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Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews
Topic: Clinton EmailsPublic affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews
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Topics: Children, Diversity, Poverty
Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews
Topics: Children, Diversity, PovertyPublic affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews
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whole russian thing, that's a ruse. that's a ruse. by the way, it would be great if we could get along with russia, just so you understand that. tomorrow you'll say, donald trump wants to get along with russia, this is terrible. it's not terrible, it's good. we had hillary clinton try and do a reset. we had hillary clinton give russia 20% of the uranium in our country. you know what uranium is, right? this thing called nuclear weapons and other things like lots of things are done with uranium, including some bad things. nobody talks about that. i didn't do anything for russia.
whole russian thing, that's a ruse. that's a ruse. by the way, it would be great if we could get along with russia, just so you understand that. tomorrow you'll say, donald trump wants to get along with russia, this is terrible. it's not terrible, it's good. we had hillary clinton try and do a reset. we had hillary clinton give russia 20% of the uranium in our country. you know what uranium is, right? this thing called nuclear weapons and other things like lots of things are done with uranium,...
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[applause] you look at what is happening in germany, you look at what is happening last night in sweden. who would believe this? in largehey took numbers, they are having
[applause] you look at what is happening in germany, you look at what is happening last night in sweden. who would believe this? in largehey took numbers, they are having
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bathrooms along. the points go back to a second.e made for and this is another thing the mainstream media or opposition party never caught. if you want to see the trump agenda, it is simple, it was all in the speeches. he went around to these rallies were the speeches had a tremendous amount of content in them. i happen to believe that he is the greatest public speaker in the larger arenas since williams jennings bryan. we did not have any money. $2lary clinton had over billion and we had a couple hundred million dollars. it was those rallies and those speeches. all he is doing is he has laid out the agenda with the promises he made and our job every day is to execute on that, to simply execute those. and he is focused on that and that is one of the powers of the transition, where many people try to come in and convince president trump, hey you won on this, but this is what you want to do. and he is like no, i promised the american people this and this is what we are going to execute on. and that is where you see the executive order, the supreme court, the week you've got the supreme court, and by the way, the other 102 judges we are eventually going to pay, it is methodical and that is what the mainstream media will report. just like they were dead wrong on the chaos of the campaign and transition, they are absolutely dead wrong about what is going on today, because we have a team grinding it through on president donald trump promising the american people. and the mainstream media better understand something. all of these promises are going to be implemented. matt: that is awesome. [cheers and applause] steve, you are a really likable guy. you should do this more often. >> he is not the bad. not so bad. [laughter] action and0 days of you guys have touched on some of that action. each one of you, tell me the one or two things that have happened in the last 30 days that you think are most critical, and the one thing, like you said, steve, maniacally focused, that have got to happen early in the administration to turn this country around. start with the first 30 days and what is the focus after that? mr. bannon: there is a lot that have happened in the first 30 days. mr. priebus: a lot. mr. bannon: you look at our world order and some of the things that are going on that i think will be dealt with soon, but the first thing i think is neil gorsuch. for a couple things. number one, we are not talking about a change over a four year period. we are talking abut a change of potentially 40 years of law. number but more important than one. that, more important, it establishes trust, it established that president trump is a man of his word. we always knew that, but when he said, here is 20 names on a piece of paper back in july, remember, he says, i'm going to
bathrooms along. the points go back to a second.e made for and this is another thing the mainstream media or opposition party never caught. if you want to see the trump agenda, it is simple, it was all in the speeches. he went around to these rallies were the speeches had a tremendous amount of content in them. i happen to believe that he is the greatest public speaker in the larger arenas since williams jennings bryan. we did not have any money. $2lary clinton had over billion and we had a...
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was basically talking to cecilia about, which is the president has made clear when you have 12, 14 million, 15 million people in the country illegally, that there has to be a system of priority. and right now, ice's priority is going to make sure that we focus
was basically talking to cecilia about, which is the president has made clear when you have 12, 14 million, 15 million people in the country illegally, that there has to be a system of priority. and right now, ice's priority is going to make sure that we focus
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out of nowhere. out of nowhere. >> the crowd spreads out literally as far as the eye can see. >> he had something unique to offer the american people. to offer the american people. >> you are looking at the 44th president of the united states. >> i barrack hussein obama. >> the opposition to barrack obama was so intense and was so ugly. >> the president straight out said elections have consequences and i'm one. >> he's a cool guy. he has proven that out over 8 years. >> he truly was a global phenomenon. >> you'll not see a president like this for a very long time. >> 239 years after this nations founding our union is not yet perfect but we are getting closer. >> thoughtful. he was intelligence. makes us look good around the world. who bears the office grandly.
out of nowhere. out of nowhere. >> the crowd spreads out literally as far as the eye can see. >> he had something unique to offer the american people. to offer the american people. >> you are looking at the 44th president of the united states. >> i barrack hussein obama. >> the opposition to barrack obama was so intense and was so ugly. >> the president straight out said elections have consequences and i'm one....
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foreman, the work doesn't end here. she'll be exchanging her sketch book for a digital camera to share her style secrets with teens all over the country as part of 17 magazine's style council. >> on the back they have a little detail. >> reporter: finding high fashion with low finances can be a challenge for teens. >> i always go in stores and see stuff i really like and then i see the price tag and i have to put it back sometimes. >> reporter: but alexis has found ways to make it work. >> i love thrift stores. i get a lot of my stuff in thrift stores. >> reporter: for her the secret to budget sheik is to hit the sales for basic pieces. >> just dig, find, don't go for what you first see because you can always find something better at a cheaper cost. >> reporter: save the bigger money for accessories and jackets. >> this is what i would wear on the weekends. >> reporter: and finish with an accent. >> i'll try it this spri. i like the blazer and the top and the belt. i like the way she stietled it. >> reporter: she'll be blogging about her fashion signs and emerging trends. she and her fellow students are
foreman, the work doesn't end here. she'll be exchanging her sketch book for a digital camera to share her style secrets with teens all over the country as part of 17 magazine's style council. >> on the back they have a little detail. >> reporter: finding high fashion with low finances can be a challenge for teens. >> i always go in stores and see stuff i really like and then i see the price tag and i have to put it back sometimes. >>...
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things stand right now with the whole political campaign and the donald trump factor. >> i said it on wednesday or thursday. the world is upside down. the political world is upside down. and you have donald trump who is sort of this madhatter of american politics. he may be mad but he's driving everybody else in this process mad, too. or at least driving them wildly off their game in a way that feeds right into his strengths. take "the washington post." mark halperin, i'm going to be talking now about people whom i love and respect. papers that i love and respect. journalists that i love and respect. but this is a diagnosis the mainstream media better pick up on fast because they're getting
things stand right now with the whole political campaign and the donald trump factor. >> i said it on wednesday or thursday. the world is upside down. the political world is upside down. and you have donald trump who is sort of this madhatter of american politics. he may be mad but he's driving everybody else in this process mad, too. or at least driving them wildly off their game in a way that feeds right into his strengths. take "the washington post." mark...
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the floor of the chamber. the floor of the chamber. brian: where did you get the spark? mr. puleo: it has been in my head for years. i have written five books and probably two with the caning in the back of my mind. this issue of how politically we were divided, the slavery debate, how vicious it had become. that sparked my interest. when i began to do the research, i found it fascinating. charles sumner and preston brooks. brian: what is the time period? mr. puleo: after the kansas-nebraska act. 1856. after the compromise of 1850. some contentious events. the fugitive slave law. preston brooks had two days earlier listened to a speech by charles sumner, not only has to -- castigating the south and slavery, but personally insulting his second cousin from south carolina. brian: charles sumner was how old and from what state? mr. puleo: from massachusetts. 44 years old. probably the strongest most unwavering antislavery voice in america for 25 years. it was not william lloyd garrison or abraham lincoln, it was charles sumner. a radical antislavery voice. brian: how long had he been in the senate? mr. puleo: he comes in in 1851 in a contentious vote.
the floor of the chamber. the floor of the chamber. brian: where did you get the spark? mr. puleo: it has been in my head for years. i have written five books and probably two with the caning in the back of my mind. this issue of how politically we were divided, the slavery debate, how vicious it had become. that sparked my interest. when i began to do the research, i found it fascinating. charles sumner and preston brooks. brian: what is the time period? mr. puleo: after the kansas-nebraska...
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private funds and a government entity and i think we have a respect for the press when it comes to the government but that is something youcan't ban an entity from . conservative, liberal or otherwise, that's what makes a democracy a democracy versus a dictatorship so there's a vastly different model when it comes to government and what should be accepted and that's on both sides. >> talk about that interaction, the press corps and the trump campaign has had a contentious relationship but as far as the press pool, you guys are working a little more collaboratively? >> yes and you are seeing that. we've got a press pool that travels with him now. >> alongside him, not with him. >> again, it's unprecedented.
private funds and a government entity and i think we have a respect for the press when it comes to the government but that is something youcan't ban an entity from . conservative, liberal or otherwise, that's what makes a democracy a democracy versus a dictatorship so there's a vastly different model when it comes to government and what should be accepted and that's on both sides. >> talk about that interaction, the press corps and the trump campaign has had a contentious...
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trump campaign gained notoriety for and was criticized for was banning reporters, banning outlets. "politico" was one. they you said, i think, that you're not -- that's not going to happen. mr. spicer: there's a big difference between a campaign, where it is a private venue using private funds and a government entity. i think we have a respect for the press when it comes to the government. that is something that you can't ban an entity from. conservative, liberal or otherwise. that's what makes a democracy a democracy versus a dictatorship. i think there's a vastly different model when it comes to government and what should be accepted. that's on both sides.
trump campaign gained notoriety for and was criticized for was banning reporters, banning outlets. "politico" was one. they you said, i think, that you're not -- that's not going to happen. mr. spicer: there's a big difference between a campaign, where it is a private venue using private funds and a government entity. i think we have a respect for the press when it comes to the government. that is something that you can't ban an entity from. conservative, liberal or otherwise....
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lot about your exchange with him at the hearings last month. can you explain what you meant when you said there was not data collection on millions of americans? >> well, the -- first, as i said, i have great respect for senator weiden. i thought i was asked when are you going to stop beating your wife kind of question, which is meaning not answerable necessarily by a simple yes or no. so i responded in what i thought was the most truthful or least
lot about your exchange with him at the hearings last month. can you explain what you meant when you said there was not data collection on millions of americans? >> well, the -- first, as i said, i have great respect for senator weiden. i thought i was asked when are you going to stop beating your wife kind of question, which is meaning not answerable necessarily by a simple yes or no. so i responded in what i thought was the most truthful or least
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principally concerned about. the other point in terms of keeping me awake is cyber. and the fact that what is happening in the cyber arena cuts across any of our disciplines, whether it's counterintelligence or countered and -- counter terrorists as well as criminal. there are various objectives and goals of discrete individuals utilizing the cyber arena, whether it be for criminal purposes or for terrorist purposes that has grown to be right up there with aqap with homegrown terrorists and cyber attackers. >> thank you. senator rockefeller, are you ok? >> i think i'm ok. i have a couple of questions i would like to ask, but i would like to get to the closure. >> i know you have a fustian. >> just one, madam chair. on the surveillance front, i hope we can do this with just a yes or no answer and i know senator feinstein wants to move on. last year, the nsa director was
principally concerned about. the other point in terms of keeping me awake is cyber. and the fact that what is happening in the cyber arena cuts across any of our disciplines, whether it's counterintelligence or countered and -- counter terrorists as well as criminal. there are various objectives and goals of discrete individuals utilizing the cyber arena, whether it be for criminal purposes or for terrorist purposes that has grown to be right up there with aqap with homegrown terrorists and...
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buying their own hardware and shifting their focus to the cloud? >> so, jon, i think it's a bit of both. there's definitely a correlation between the enterprise and gdp and, you know, overall macro economics. so we see when gdp is slowed we see the enterprise segment of all of the data center be the one most effected. there's a certain amount of it that's tied to macrmacroeconomi and gdp. but you're right there's also a move to the cloud and the public cloud that's going on. so you are seeing that although the enterprise is still the largest segment of the data center business for us, its growth has slowed down quite a bit. it's still growing though. so i always want to be careful. it's not that this is not a growth business, it's just slowed down. the data center has -- the cloud portion of the data center is growing at more than 20% though. and it is one of the -- but i want to remind people there are
buying their own hardware and shifting their focus to the cloud? >> so, jon, i think it's a bit of both. there's definitely a correlation between the enterprise and gdp and, you know, overall macro economics. so we see when gdp is slowed we see the enterprise segment of all of the data center be the one most effected. there's a certain amount of it that's tied to macrmacroeconomi and gdp. but you're right there's also a move to the cloud and the public cloud that's going on. so...
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decade and have an amendment passing omnibus but for a lot of people that's their passion, they want that to happen. >> but you talk about press access to one of the things the trump campaign gained notoriety for was for banning reporters , banning outlets. politico was one of them but you said i think that your not going to happen. >> there's a big difference between a campaign where it is a private venue using private funds and a government entity and i think we have a respect for the press when it comes to the government but that is something youcan't ban an entity from . conservative, liberal or otherwise, that's what makes a democracy a democracy versus a dictatorship so there's a vastly different
decade and have an amendment passing omnibus but for a lot of people that's their passion, they want that to happen. >> but you talk about press access to one of the things the trump campaign gained notoriety for was for banning reporters , banning outlets. politico was one of them but you said i think that your not going to happen. >> there's a big difference between a campaign where it is a private venue using private funds and a government entity and i think we...
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in 2008 there have been two reportable accidents within the round about. and they've been minor. >> reporter: this one is in lower frederick township montgomery county. the goal to mix route 73 and 29 traffic without stopping it. in a round about, going straight or right is pretty simple. going left or making a u-turn more involved but ideally still doesn't require stopping. initially someone some were skeptical a round about would work here but now -- >> i like it. there's no traffic signal so it's easy just to go around. >> i believe it slows traffic down for one thing and makes for a safer travel believe it or not once everybody gets used to the pattern. >> reporter: give me your assessment of the circle. >> i don't like. >> reporter: the problem robin moyer says some unfamiliar drivers don't understand the pattern. >> when you're in the circle people are supposed to yield to youon't. they just come in it the which they're not supposed to do. >> reporter: and that makes for trouble. >> yes in my eyes because that's going to cause an accident. >> reporter: moyer says in
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sleep well. sleep well. ♪ >> tonight stephen welcomes tom hanks, lesley odom, jr. and a musical performance by the strumbella's. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now it's time for the "late show" with stephen colbert! captioning sponsored by cbs >> stephen: hey! ( cheers and applause ) hey, hey! hey! hey, everybody! ( cheers and applause ) hey, dudes. what's up, dudes? that's right! welcome to the "late show," everybody. thanks so much. yeah! welcome to the "late show." i'm your host, stephen colbert. ( cheers and applause ) something about you makes you seem very attractive to me right now... ( laughter ) now, i don't know if you guys are anglophiles or anything, but if you are, if you are into england, it's queen elizabeth's birthday today. ( cheers and applause ) she is turning ninety years old. she is the first queen to ever reach that age. there would have been others, but they were beheaded.
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>> have a great weekend, good night, family and sleep well. >> do you think i should put it up, like-- ? >> no, leave it down. >> stephen: hey, gwen! >> hi! >> stephen: hey, i'm so glad you're here! hi, i'm stephen. hey. >> hi, how are you? >> stephen: nice to meet you. i am so excited you're doing the show. thank you so much. this is really exciting. i'm a huge fan. >> i'm a huge fan of you! >> stephen: hey, do you mind if we ask what song you're doing tonight? >> oh, i'm going to sing a new one, "make me like you." >> stephen: oh, that's fantastic! i just wanted to make sure you weren't performing "hollaback girl." it's no big deal. >> well, wait, what's-- what's wrong with that song, "hollaback girl?" people love that song. >> stephen: oh, i love that song! it's one of my favorite songs. it's just, i'm kind of-- i'm a little stickler when it comes to-- spelling. and i don't know if you know it, but in the song, you spell the word "bananas" wrong. >> no, i don't. >> stephen: you kind of do. >> it goes, okay... ♪ let me hear you say the stuff is bananas, ♪ b-a-n-a-n-a-s, the stuff is bananas, ♪ b-a-n-a-n-a-s. >> stephen: exactly what you say. here's the thing-- the correct spelling of bananas is b-a-n-n- a-n-n-a-s. it's banne-anne-as. but there's no way you could have known that. >> bananas is b-a-n-a-n-a-s, everybody knows that. >> stephen: okay, just say the word. just say the word. >> bananas. >> stephen: banne-- >> b-a-- ban-an-- >> stephen: listen, banne-anne. >> a-n-a-- >> stephen: nn, see, b-a-n-n-a-n-n-a-s-- >> b-a-n-a-- >> stephen: banne-anne. >> ban-an-as. >> stephen: ba-nan-a. >> ban-an-as. >> stephen: ba-nan-a. >> ban-an-as. >> stephen: ba! >> ba. >> look, stephen, i think i know a little bit more about bananas than you do. >> stephen: ah, gwen? all due respect, just because you wrote a song about bananas, doesn't mean you're an expert. >> no? did you know we eat only one species of bananas, almost exclusively? it used to be the cultivar known
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>> stephen: hi! >> stephen: hi! before we start the show, i just want to say happy birthday to my close personal friend, donald trump. donald is turning 70 today although he doesn't like a day over... 70'sa about right. i wanted to give donald something very special. after all, as a late night host, he's given me so much. donald, first, i'm giving you an itunes gift card. it's the exact same thing you give anyone you don't really know. then, it's going to get chilly in the winter in washington, so i got you a pair of gloves. these might be a little big. you can have them taken in. ( cheers and applause ) and i also got you this scented candle. i even put it in the bag for you. i don't want to tell you what the scent is. let's just say, it's pungent. don't open it. i'll light it for and you leave it on your doorstep. just make a wish before you stomp it out. >> tonight, stephen welcomes daniel radcliffe. george lopez. and a musical performance by hinds. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now it's time for "the late show with stephen colbert"! captioning sponsored by cbs ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey! thank you very much! thank you, everybody! thank you very much.
>> stephen: hi! >> stephen: hi! before we start the show, i just want to say happy birthday to my close personal friend, donald trump. donald is turning 70 today although he doesn't like a day over... 70'sa about right. i wanted to give donald something very special. after all, as a late night host, he's given me so much. donald, first, i'm giving you an itunes gift card. it's the exact same thing you give anyone you don't really know. then, it's going to get chilly...
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james core depth. james core depth. thanks for watching and have a captioning sponsored by cbs >> stephen: all right, alan, let's see what we've got for tonight's show. ba-ba-bum. donald trump reaffirms he wants to ban muslims from the u.s.a. is it me or is that guy worse than a bunch of squirrelses dressed luke a mailman? i'd hide my face, too, that's not working. ening these troubled times americans need to come together and leave food on the floor. ( laughter ) no, it doesn't really have punch. what else have you got here? burdz are outside the window. that is not okay. alan, what is this? ( laughter ) bad writer. bad writer! ( laughter ) alan turns out to be a dog. oh! that's not bad. >> tonight, stephen welcomes aaron paul. michael ian black. and a musical performance and a musical performance by silversun pickups. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now it's time for "the late show with stephen colbert"! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: wooo! wooo! wooo! wooo!
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colbert is next. colbert is next. >> have a good captioning sponsored by cbs >> stephen: let's see, cold open, caesar flickerman on house. welcome to the "hungry for power games." well, this fall was a long time come, but last night tribute bernie sanders finally dropped out of the race! ha-ha"h" he felt the-- are you ( bleep ) kidding me? >> tonight, stephen welcomes laura linney. john leguizano. and a musical performance by gary clark jr. is featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now it's time for "the late show with stephen colbert"! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey! nice to see you. hey, everybody! welcome to the show! hey, up there. everybody down here. ( cheers and applause ) welcome to "the late show." very nicely done. thanks, everybody. nice to see you. ( cheers and applause ) welcome to "the late show,"" everybody. is this on? is this on right now? i can't tell. is this on? i just want to make sure. the sound guys love it when you do this. ( laughter ) i'm stephen colbert.
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mcavoy. have a good night captioning sponsored by cbs >> stephen: hi. i'm stephen colbert. donald trump recently said that installing gender-neutral bathrooms would cost "hundreds of billions of dollars." i brought my accountant along to see if he's correct. are you ready to check his numbers? >> yes, sir. >> stephen: okay. how much did that cost? >> $200 billion. >> stephen: damn it! >> tonight, stephen welcomes james mcavoy nick swardson and brian greene featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now it's time for "the late show with stephen colbert"! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey! thank you. ( cheers and applause ) hey! hey! good to see you. thanks, everybody. thanks so much for being here. welcome to "the late show." i'm stephen colbert. down here, up there, everywhere. that's nice. ( applause ) thanks so much. welcome welcome to "the late show,"" everybody.
mcavoy. have a good night captioning sponsored by cbs >> stephen: hi. i'm stephen colbert. donald trump recently said that installing gender-neutral bathrooms would cost "hundreds of billions of dollars." i brought my accountant along to see if he's correct. are you ready to check his numbers? >> yes, sir. >> stephen: okay. how much did that cost? >> $200 billion. >> stephen: damn it! >>...
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>> stephen: hey, chris. >> stephen: hey, chris. >> hey, stephen. >> stephen: hey, man, thanks so much for being here. we're so excited that coldplay is on the show tonight. >> thanks so much. it looks like an amazing show. >> stephen: oh, we're going to have a good time. >> everything looks great. just one thing. >> stephen: about the show? >> about the theme song. >> stephen: what, is there something wrong with the theme song? >> no, the tune is great, the tune is good, but i just feel like it needs words, it needs lyrics. so i've just been working on some, right here. >> stephen: you wrote lyrics? to our theme song? >> yeah, i did. >> stephen: can i hear them? >> yeah, so you know how the show opens with that drum roll? >> stephen: yeah, brr-rr-rap! >> and shoo-be-do-dop. shoo-doo-dop-doo. shoo-be-do-dop. shoo-be-doo-doo-doo-doo. >> stephen: that's our theme song. >> thanks, man, i'm glad you love it. i do too. >> stephen: i'm sorry, are those the lyrics? >> yeah. >> stephen: do you mind if i? >> sure. >> stephen: dooby-shoo-be, doo- be, doo-be, shoo-be-doo-doo. be-shoo-be-doo-be-doo, doo-be. shoo-be-be-doo. >> be-doo, yeah. >> stephen: you're a ( bleep ) genius. ♪ dooby-shoo-be, doo-be, doo-be, shoo-be-doo-doo ♪ >> tonight,stephen welcomes anthony anderson eugene levy and catherine o'hara and a musical performance by coldplay. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now it's time for "the late show with stephen colbert!" captioning sponsored by cbs ( band playing )
>> stephen: hey, chris. >> stephen: hey, chris. >> hey, stephen. >> stephen: hey, man, thanks so much for being here. we're so excited that coldplay is on the show tonight. >> thanks so much. it looks like an amazing show. >> stephen: oh, we're going to have a good time. >> everything looks great. just one thing. >> stephen: about the show? >> about the theme song....
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>> thanks for watching. >> stephen, stephen, i need to talk to you about a pizza. got a minute? >> no. gotcha! now, it's at the top of the show or act five. >> don't ask him. it's just my stunt double. >> how much do you even pay for this stunt double? >> gotta go. (theme song playing) >> tonight, stephen welcomes judge judy! zac posen! and w. ka-mao bell! featuring jon batiste and "stay human"! and now it's time for "the late show" with stephen colbert! (cheers and applause) captioning sponsored by cbs >> stephen: hey! what's up? ♪ ♪ ♪ >> stephen: thank you so much! welcome to "the late show"! hello, jon! >> jon: hey! >> stephen: how are you, my friend? good to see you! (cheers and applause) thank you! welcome to the shoavment i'm your host stephen colbert.
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this priest, william effinger. at one point in the day, father effinger said he needed help in the church with candles. and my father said, "go help him." and we went into the church, where he assaulted me for a period of time, and ultimately ended up raping me. while he was raping me, i didn't understand what was happening. i just knew there was this incredible pain and i could hardly breathe, and i kept praying that god would just let me die. and when he finished, he stood up and he looked at me and he said, "if you tell anybody what you did, they won't believe you. and if you tell anybody, your parents will burn in hell."
this priest, william effinger. at one point in the day, father effinger said he needed help in the church with candles. and my father said, "go help him." and we went into the church, where he assaulted me for a period of time, and ultimately ended up raping me. while he was raping me, i didn't understand what was happening. i just knew there was this incredible pain and i could hardly breathe, and i kept praying that god would just let me die. and when he finished, he stood...
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keep promises. steve: president obama spent eight years trying to shut down gitmo while detainees returning to terror pose little threat to the united states. one of them carried out a attack in iraq. a british national released from gitmo who later was able to travel to syria and joining up isis as well has killed himself. here to discuss is deputy assistant to president trump dr. sebastian goreca. good morning to you, sebastian. ainsley: good morning. >> good morning, everybody. steve: does it surprise that you this isis suicide bomber in iraq was a former gitmo detainee? >> unfortunately it doesn't. if you look at the great work done at the long journal people like tom jocelyn. we know that at least 30 if not more than 40% recidivism rate from the people released at gitmo. so, president obama released lots and lots of people that were there for a very good reason of what happened. almost half the time they returned to the battlefield. this individual not only was he released, he was given compensation of more than a million dollars by the british government. who claimed he had been mall treated. and then he goes and executes a suicide attack in iraq. ainsley: why would the british government do that? >> that's a good question. you would have to ask them i'm afraid. brian: dr. gorka, on top of that, you do have gitmo and do you have some people there and it's a brand new prison and there is a court. have you -- do you know if the administration along with your advice has decided what to do about that? are we going to start seeing these guys on trial and convicted and death penalty? >> the president has been really explicit, brian, that the gitmo is a very, very important tool. beyond just the question of detention facility or tribunals, it's also important to understand that guantanamo bay is an incredibly important intelligence asset. you look at the things that we have managed to achieve based upon the gedges intelligence gleensd from the prisoners there.
keep promises. steve: president obama spent eight years trying to shut down gitmo while detainees returning to terror pose little threat to the united states. one of them carried out a attack in iraq. a british national released from gitmo who later was able to travel to syria and joining up isis as well has killed himself. here to discuss is deputy assistant to president trump dr. sebastian goreca. good morning to you, sebastian. ainsley: good morning. >> good morning, everybody....
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>> first, she'd have to explain >> first, she'd have to explain that nasty past. >> there was something demonic of her even as a child. >> the fights and that phone call that her husband made. >> i'm serious. >> villain? >> this person is very, very, very dangerous. >> or perhaps an innocent victim. >> they did a good job of it looking like darryl killed daryl. >> he had gone from a moderate drinker to a heavier one. >> he was drinking a lot more. he would cry. one day i came downstairs and he was crying. >> and dante said that it was none other than her mother. her mother got to her men and told them ven mouse stories about the supposed stretch ree. now it happened again. >> she called every husband she tried to ruin every single relationship bad mouthing me. and i think she bad mouthed me to darryl. >> it was clear it was a marriage not working out and then with the crying, the drinking, the two of them, according to dante, were not talking about throwing in the towel. >> divorce never came up. he said that he still cared about me. >> but the war of words and sometimes the war of silence, she says, was becoming physical. >> sometimes he hut his hands around my neck. >> did you hit him? >> one time he was hitting me and i said, let go. i couldn't get away. he was huge.
>> first, she'd have to explain >> first, she'd have to explain that nasty past. >> there was something demonic of her even as a child. >> the fights and that phone call that her husband made. >> i'm serious. >> villain? >> this person is very, very, very dangerous. >> or perhaps an innocent victim. >> they did a good job of it looking like darryl killed daryl....
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be proud of what we put forth having to do with health care. obama care is a complete and total disaster. they can say what they want. they can guide you any way they want to guide you. in some cases they guide you incorrectly. in most cases you realize what's happened. it's imploding as we sit. some states have over 100% increase, and 17 -- i said this two years ago -- 17 is going to be the bad year. it's going to be catastrophic. frankly, we could sit back -- and it was a thought from a political standpoint, but it wouldn't be fair to the people. we could sit back and wait and watch and criticize, and we could be a chuck schumer and sit back and criticize it and people would come -- they would come begging to us, please, we have to do something about obama care. we don't want to own it. we don't want to own it politically. they own it right now. the easiest thing would be to let it implode in 17 and, believe me, we get pretty much whatever we wanted, but it would take a long time. we're going to be submitting as soon as our secretary is approved, almost simultaneously, shortly thereafter, a plan. it will be repeal and replace. it will be essentially simultaneously. it will be various segments, you understand, but will most likely be on the same day or the same week, but probably the same day. could be the same hour. we're going to do repeal and replace. very complicated stuff. we're going to get a health bill passed. we're going to get health care taken care of in this country. you have deductibles that are so high that after people go broke paying their premiums, which are going through the roof, the
be proud of what we put forth having to do with health care. obama care is a complete and total disaster. they can say what they want. they can guide you any way they want to guide you. in some cases they guide you incorrectly. in most cases you realize what's happened. it's imploding as we sit. some states have over 100% increase, and 17 -- i said this two years ago -- 17 is going to be the bad year. it's going to be catastrophic. frankly, we could sit back -- and it was a thought from a...
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more than the f.d.a. did. f.d.a. inspections of drug plants are only occasional, so it's up to drug companies to police themselves. >> dr. jerry avorn: probably, most drugs are safe that people are taking, but there are scary examples like this that certainly raise questions. >> pelley: dr. jerry avorn of harvard medical school is one of the nation's leading authorities on pharmaceuticals. he says that eckard's story is an extraordinary look at what can happen when there aren't enough investigators to follow up on the federal inspections. >> avorn: the fact that there were so many different kinds of problems, and that there were even other issues about diabetes drugs and antidepressants on the same line getting allegedly mixed together, the sterility issues. it speaks of a really pretty chaotic, out-of-control manufacturing process. this was not, apparently, one isolated incident. it just looks like nobody was minding the store at this plant. >> pelley: what do you say to someone who says, "well, the drug manufacturing process is very complicated, very hard to do. there are bound to be mistakes." >> avorn: just because something is complicated doesn't mean it's okay to get it wrong. we don't accept that of our brain surgeons or of our airlines, or of other complicated things in society. the reason we pay so much for drugs, more than any other country, is that we expect that, in exchange for those high prices, the companies are going to actually manage their manufacturing processes carefully.
more than the f.d.a. did. f.d.a. inspections of drug plants are only occasional, so it's up to drug companies to police themselves. >> dr. jerry avorn: probably, most drugs are safe that people are taking, but there are scary examples like this that certainly raise questions. >> pelley: dr. jerry avorn of harvard medical school is one of the nation's leading authorities on pharmaceuticals. he says that eckard's story is an extraordinary look at what can happen when...
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activia evening, we told you about all the drugs that were found in the body of whitney houston, but problems with taking multiple drugs are not limited to drug abusers. we were surprised to find out that over 10 years, the percentage of people over the age of 60 who take five or more medications has jumped from 22% to 37%, and we asked dr. jon lapook to look into that. >> we have levathoryxen -- >> reporter: 52-year-old lenette martin takes so much medicine, she's lost count. >> regularly, i take 11, maybe 12. >> reporter: it's 12, plus four over the counter. martin is one of more than 30 million americans taking five or more prescription drugses, often called polypharmacy. with each added drug, the risk of side effects increases. for example, priolsec, which lowers stomach acid can weaken the effects of the blood thinner plavix. dr. jerry avorn studies prescription drug use. >> the presumption is, well, you're 80-something years old. no wonder you're dizzy. no wonder you're forgetful. no wonder you're not able to get out of bed in the morning when in fact it might not be because you're getting old but because you're having a drug side effect. >> reporter: some primary care doctors are trying a new approach, bringing pharmacists, like sonia freitas, from behind the counter to the office did you ever look at a bottle and say i didn't even know you were taking this. >> oh, yes, oh, yes, that happens a lot. that happens a lot. it happened to me earlier today before this session. could you just explain to me how you use it. >> reporter: the day we visited she sat down with martin and reviewed ever single drug. >> you want to separate the dose, so if you take one in the morning you should wait until later at dinner to take the second dose. >> reporter: it turned out, martin may not be using her inhalers properly. >> so we're going to give it a couple of days' try to do something a little different, and if not, we'll probably change out some things. >> reporter: freightas relishes the chance to set things straight. >> sometimes it's the simplest thing in helping somebody organize their pill box that can be the most rewarding. >> reporter: many patients do need a combination of drugs. the point is is not to demonize
activia evening, we told you about all the drugs that were found in the body of whitney houston, but problems with taking multiple drugs are not limited to drug abusers. we were surprised to find out that over 10 years, the percentage of people over the age of 60 who take five or more medications has jumped from 22% to 37%, and we asked dr. jon lapook to look into that. >> we have levathoryxen -- >> reporter: 52-year-old lenette martin takes so much medicine, she's...
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night of music and debauchery. we say welcome to the emcee of cabaret, randy harrison joining us on "the 9". thanks for being here. let's talk about the fact that cabaret is 50 years old. are you finding a lot of people who are new to the show, perhaps a new generation who this is fresh for them? >> yeah, i think so. this is a very new version. and people who are used to the movie, this is a completely different show. >> talk to us about what happens inside the kit-kat club. >> yeah. everything. >> i know [ laughter ] >> i mean, the kit-kat club is a berlin cabaret nightclub. this was a specific time in german history. so it was very liberal. it was very sexual. very sensual. very politically engaged cabaret scene. >> this is a little bit of the show on the screen. i have watched your transformation from what you are in front of me to the emcee. you know, make-up and hair and eyebrows. we see an awful lot of your body in this show.
night of music and debauchery. we say welcome to the emcee of cabaret, randy harrison joining us on "the 9". thanks for being here. let's talk about the fact that cabaret is 50 years old. are you finding a lot of people who are new to the show, perhaps a new generation who this is fresh for them? >> yeah, i think so. this is a very new version. and people who are used to the movie, this is a completely different show. >> talk to us about what...

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